What's On Today and the result is 11 out of 11
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Sun, 18 Nov 2018
|Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands||Musical|
|Tue, 13 Nov 2018||Orchestra|
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Fri, 30 Nov 2018
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Sun, 18 Nov 2018
|Thu, 1 Nov 2018-
Tue, 1 Jan 2019
|Capital City Mall||Family Entertainment|
|Opens on all Tuesdays to Sundays||
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
|Sat, 10 Nov 2018-
Sun, 31 Mar 2019
|National Museum of Singapore, Exhibition Galleries, Basement||Lifestyle/Leisure|
|All Day||National Museum of Singapore, Permanent Galleries, Level 1 and 2||Lifestyle/Leisure|
|Sat, 5 May - Sun, 03 Feb 2019||Peranakan Museum||Lifestyle/Leisure|
Over 60 million people have now fallen in love with the characters, the story and the music that make Mamma Mia the world's sunniest and most exhilarating smash-hit musical. Set on a Greek island paradise where the sun always shines, a tale of love, friendship and identity is irresistibly told through the timeless hits of ABBA. Sophie's quest to discover the father she's never known brings her mother face to face with three men from her distant romantic past on the eve of a wedding theyll never forget! Click Here For Theatre Conditions of Entry
Music Tuesdays: Xu Fan's World of P...
打击乐：徐帆、张啸驰中国民族打击乐组合曲：云之南 / 罗天琪马林巴二重奏：探戈舞组曲 I & III / 阿斯托‧皮亞佐拉作曲、凱文· 苏泊改编京剧曲牌：夜深沉 / 京剧曲牌、李民雄编曲中西打击乐二重奏：不同的路径/ 张啸驰马林巴与打击乐重奏：北極光 / 约翰·索尔扬帆出击，金鼓齐鸣！新加坡华乐团打击乐首席徐帆精研中西打击乐，这次他诚邀您漫游他变化万千的打击乐世界。中国青年打击乐演奏家张啸驰将专程来新，与徐帆搭挡马林巴和中西打击乐二重奏。
Polly Piper is bored. It's raining outside and she's played with all her toys a million times.After wishing she was "anywhere but here" Polly uncovers a magical doorway into Miny Moe - an amazing world filled with Nursery Rhyme characters. As King Cole's newly appointed chief detective, Polly must solve the puzzle of why this strange world is so topsy turvy and naughty crimes have sprung up everywhere. Jack and Jill have lost their memories, Humpty has been pushed from the wall and it looks like Bo Peep's sheep might have been kidnapped.As Polly gathers clues along the way she meets new friends, solves puzzles and helps others.Can Polly find the culprit in time? Will she stop the madness, save the kingdom and receive her big reward? Keeping her wits about her, Polly must go on a journey of mystery and friendship through a wonderful world of colour and imagination.Written and directed by Kate Golledge and Ellis Kerkhoven, and featuring a line up of familiar nursery rhyme characters, Nursery Crimes will delight and entertain adventurous minds.
It was lauded as “a special production that should not close until every person in the nation has seen it” by The Straits Times when it made its remarkable debut at the Singapore Arts International Festival in 1992.If you enjoyed popular playwright Michael Chiang’s hit comedies Army Daze, Beauty World, Mixed Signals and High Class, you won’t want to miss his most critically- acclaimed comedy.Bearing all his signature laugh-out-loud situations and snappy punchlines, Private Parts is a wild comedy that explores gender complications, with a dizzy dose of TV histrionics tossed in for good measure.Set in 1990 Singapore, the inventive story traces the misadventures of a popular talk- show host, Warren Lee, who mysteriously turns up at a sex-change clinic. There, he encounters the tart-tongued Mirabella, the light-headed Lavinia and the quietly intense Edward. In a bid to boost ratings, he tries to convince his colourful new friends to appear on his TV show, which leads to unexpected consequences...The stellar cast includes well-known TV personalities Jason Godfrey and Chua Enlai, theatre vets Shane Mardjuki, Zee Wong, Jo Tan, Frances Lee and Andrew Marko, and YouTube star Hirzi Zulkiflie.Directed by Beatrice Chia-Richmond, Private Parts is the inaugural production by Michael Chiang Playthings Ltd, a new non-profit outfit that will showcase Singapore writings.
The Greatest Show London Musical Ci...
To coincide with the 250th anniversary of circus, British company Big Kid Entertainment Ltd proudly presents their new production - The GREATEST LIVE SHOW. Opening on the 2nd October 2018 at Level 7, the new indoor live entertainment facility at CAPITAL CITY MALL, JOHOR BAHRUThe Greatest Live Show is a musical circus that combines adrenaline fuelled action, the finest traditional circus skills and great music into a dramatic story of ambition, greed and a surprising outcome! The packed production is the perfect showcase for Capital City's new building of a facility that allows the first indoor circus in Malaysia.
Asian Civilisations Museum Admissio...
Asian Civilisations MuseumLocated by the historic Singapore River, the Asian Civilisations Museum traces the cultural roots of Singaporeans. It features a diverse collection from Southeast Asia, South Asia, China and West Asia. The first museum in the region with a focus on Asian cultures, the ACM also presents a programme of changing special exhibitions throughout the year.
Lee Kong Chian Natural History Muse...
Get acquainted with the incredible world of biodiversity at Singapore’s one and only natural history museum. Be awed by our three real and gigantic sauropod dinosaurs that take centre stage at the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. Learn about the biologically diverse ecosystem of Southeast Asia through our 2,000 specimens and interactive displays. Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum looks forward to engage visitors on biodiversity, environment and conservation topics in and of South-east Asia. The iconic rock-like building, located at National University of Singapore, 2 Conservatory Drive Singapore 117377, will be a one-stop exhibition, education and research facility servicing a multitude of biodiversity activities in Singapore and the region.
NMS - In an Instant: Polaroid at th...
In an Instant: Polaroid at the Intersection of Art and TechnologyIn an age where apps provide instant services and smartphones allow us to capture just about anything and everything in an instant, the culture of now has never been so prevalent. Its origins can arguably be traced back to the late 1940s when Edwin Land first introduced the Polaroid camera to the world, marking a technological breakthrough in the history of photography. Instant photography was born, predating the digital age in which we live today. Polaroid’s unique qualities inspired artists and photographers including Andy Warhol, Ansel Adams, Lucas Samaras and Barbara Crane, while capturing the imagination of everyone else. Allowing people to share their pictures with a click of the shutter – memorialising that special moment in a matter of seconds – Polaroid was very much the social network of its time. Through a wide range of Polaroid artworks and artefacts, this exhibition offers insight into the story of Polaroid photography, while exploring the impact of instant photography and this social phenomenon of instantaneity on us today.Image caption: © The Guy Bourdin Estate 2018 / Courtesy of Louise Alexander Gallery
National Gallery Singapore - Genera...
National Gallery Singapore is a new visual arts institution which oversees the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. The Gallery is housed in two national monuments—former Supreme Court and City Hall—that have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting venue in the heart of the Civic District.Reflecting Singapore’s unique heritage and geographical location, the Gallery will feature Singapore and Southeast Asian art in its long-term and special exhibitions. It will also work with leading museums worldwide to co-present Southeast Asian art in a wider context, positioning Singapore as a regional and international hub for the visual arts. DBS Gallery presents Siapa Nama Kamu?: Art in Singapore since the 19th Century "Siapa Nama Kamu?" means "What is your name?" The inaugural exhibition of the DBS Singapore Gallery poses this question, inviting visitors to consider how art may relate to issues of self and community, and what it means to look at Singapore through its art.Drawing on close to 400 works, it explores the influences and practices that have shaped and transformed Singapore art. Each artwork provides insights into why and how an artist responded to his surroundings and circumstances. Taken as a whole, the wide range of artworks reflects the complexities involved in telling this extensive story. UOB Southeast Asia Gallery presents Between Declarations and Dreams: Art of Southeast Asia since the 19th Century If one thing characterises Southeast Asia, it is change. A meeting point for major civilisations, religions and colonial powers, it has experienced a tumultuous social and political history, marked by a complex relationship between local traditions and influences from the West.Between Declarations and Dreams looks at Southeast Asian art’s continuous encounter with the new, and how artists negotiated meaning and expression as they grappled with change. A powerful exhibition, it displays close to 400 artworks, as well as rare books and artefacts.
National Museum of Singapore: Singa...
With a history dating back to its inception in 1887, the NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SINGAPORE is the nation's oldest museum with a progressive mind. A cultural and architectural landmark in Singapore, the museum redefines the conventional museum experience by exploring multiple perspectives of history and cutting-edge presentations. The National Museum refreshed and re-opened its permanent galleries on 19 September 2015 for Singapore's Golden Jubilee. With updated stories and content, the galleries recapture the nation's defining moments, challenges and achievements from its earliest beginnings 700 years ago to the independent, modern city-state it is today. Visit the SINGAPORE HISTORY GALLERY, the LIFE IN SINGAPORE: THE PAST 100 YEARS galleries, and the GOH SENG CHOO GALLERY and the GLASS ROTUNDA, and take another look at Singapore's history.SINGAPORE HISTORY GALLERYThe Singapore History Gallery's updated narrative charts the development of the island as it was known through the years as Singapura, Crown Colony, Syonan-To, and finally, Singapore. In celebration of 50 years of independence, this gallery is refreshed with updated stories and content on Singapore's history, capturing the nation's defining moments, challenges and achievements from its earliest beginnings 700 years ago to the independent, modern city-state it is today.LIFE IN SINGAPORE: THE PAST 100 YEARSSpanning the last 100 years, these four galleries present snapshots of everyday life through the different eras in Singapore's history. In the gallery examining the 1920s-1930s, discover how modern and progressive people were in colonial times. Gain a deeper appreciation for the resourcefulness and resilience of those who found hope and love in the gallery covering the years of the Japanese Occupation. See the 1950s-1960s through the eyes of a child growing up alongside the nation, as this gallery captures the dreams and aspirations of a generation. Self-expression andcreativity take the front seat in the 1970s-1980s gallery, which explores how a new, confident, Singaporean identity emerged.GOH SENG CHOO GALLERYDiscover the fine line between Desire and Danger at this stimulating new exhibition at the Goh Seng Choo Gallery. Featuring creatures that arouse appetites and instil fear, and exotic plants sought for their ability to induce pleasure or pain, this selection of drawings from the William Farquhar Collection of Natural History Drawings explores the complex and sometimes uneasy relationship between man and nature.GLASS ROTUNDAThe National Museum of Singapore’s Glass Rotunda offers visitors the option of beginning their experience of the Singapore History Gallery with two permanent art installations. Story of the Forest is a digital art installation inspired by the museum’s prized William Farquhar Collection ofNatural History Drawings. Sixty-nine drawings from the collection are brought to life through a spectacular, larger-than-life digital presentation, transporting visitors to 20th-century Malaya as viewed through the eyes of the artists of that time, and reimagined today by interdisciplinary Japanese art collective teamLab. At the end of this interactive multimedia journey, visitorswill view a photography exhibit titled Singapore, Very Old Tree by Singaporean artist Robert Zhao that explores the discourse of nature through 17 images of trees around Singapore, before they continue to the Singapore History Gallery.
TPM: Amek Gambar (Taking Pictures) ...
The invention of photography in 1839 led to a revolutionary way of understanding and seeing the world. By 1841 the technology had arrived in Singapore, and gradually spread throughout Southeast Asia. The Peranakan community was among the earliest resident groups to be photographed. The first images of babas and nyonyas that survive were taken in about 1857.Peranakans were quick to exploit the potential of the new visual form. From ritual spaces to personal albums, from intimate lockets to social media, the presence of the photographic image in Peranakan cultural life in the last 160 years reveals the typically diverse ways an old community has grappled with this visual medium in expressing identity, tradition, locality, modernity, nationality, and art.The exhibition includes studio and amateur photographs of Peranakans across Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Myanmar. In celebration of a donation by Mr and Mrs Lee Kip Lee of more than 2,500 photographs to the Peranakan Museum, this exhibition explores the multifaceted role of photography in the lives of Peranakans.
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